Groundwater Awareness Week is March 6-12, so start off with The Walking Classroom’s Water Cycle (Complete-#148, 4-#30, STEM-#12) podcast!
This has been a tough stretch for everyone — teachers, staff, parents and students. The Walking Classroom has helped bring some sanity.
The Walking Classroom has been amazing. With the help of the printed materials that I received, I was able to establish some ground rules.
Groundwater Awareness Week may have been earlier this month, but it’s never too late to learn about this topic. Start off with a walk, and listen to The Walking Classroom’s Water Cycle (Complete-#148, 4-#30, STEM-#12) podcast!… Read More
Ward Elementary School’s fifth grade class absolutely loves The Walking Classroom. The Walking Classroom’s podcasts integrate perfectly into our curriculum. Our students have enjoyed learning about meteorology (Complete-#147, 5-#11, STEM-#11), hurricanes (Complete-#150, 4-#31, STEM-#14), and the… Read More
This post is part of our Walk This Way series, designed to share The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States. It provides a glimpse into Britnee Reid’s middle school science classroom. Click… Read More
Our fifth-graders say they love The Walking Classroom because they spend more time outside and they think the podcasts are interesting. I love The Walking Classroom for the same reasons, but also because the content links… Read More
Our class loved the lesson on Precipitation and the Water Cycle (Program 4-#30, STEM Program-#12). The weather in West Virginia has been perfect for this podcast! It rained for several days, causing flooding, and then the… Read More